16h 45min, sep 7, 2017 y - Question: Why isn't ten degrees twice as hot as five degrees?
it stands to reason that ten degrees is twice as hot as five degrees because ten is twice as hot as five but that's not true at all. If you're outside when its 5 degrees and 10 degrees you'll be freezing regardless and barely notice a difference. I decided to research this question.
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